A company in the United States claims it has invented a powder that can be used to remove clouds from the sky and even stop the development of hurricanes. The new product could help many areas of the world that are subject to extreme weather conditions, as well as areas of the U.S. that regularly get hit by violent storms.
The company, which produces materials to absorb pollutants such as oil and acids, says this is a specially developed powder that absorbs large quantities of water, which turns into a gel before falling out of the sky. They state that the gel is completely safe, bio-degradable, and breaks down in seawater (but they refuse to say exactly what?s in it).
In a recent test, the Florida based company Dyn-O-Mat, used a military aircraft to drop four tons of its powder on to a developing storm cloud. The cloud disappeared from radar screens, which were monitoring the experiment.
The powder can be used to clear away clouds before football and baseball games and to dilute the force of hurricanes. The company believes that a tightly controlled jet of the powder aimed at the hurricane would cut it into smaller pieces, making it far less threatening.
The time is right for this invention, if it can be used wisely. A tropical wave in the eastern Gulf of Mexico has strengthened into the season?s second tropical storm, according to an Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft. At 3 p.m. EDT Thursday, the center of Tropical Storm Barry was about 320 miles southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River, the National Weather Service says. It is moving northwest near 5 mph and it is expected to continue in that path, followed by a gradual turn toward the west-northwest. Maximum sustained winds are near 40 mph with higher gusts. Tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 70 miles from the center, mainly to the north and east.
Insight: On January 17, Unknowncountry.com published an article about Dr. Edward Teller's proposal to spray metallic particles into the upper atmosphere to reflect sunlight and cool the planet. We asked, is this already being done? And we ask again, what are the chemtrails that people so often report in our skies?
A reader adds this comment: I certainly hope that someone thinks about the latent heat of vaporization before they start dumping this cloud-destroying powder around. That heat is absorbed by the water that evaporates to form clouds, and will be released when the powder re-condenses it. This heat can only go into the atmosphere. Storms and clouds are one of the main ways our planet deals with and redistributes heat, so, just as the breakdown of the Gulf Stream is bad news, this stuff is very dangerous.
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